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Twitpic Data Will Stay Alive “For Now” Thanks To An Agreement With Twitter

techcrunch.com — And in a somewhat happy turn of events, Twitpic has announced that it has reached an agreement with Twitter to keep Twitpic photos and links alive, giving Twitter control over the domain and the full photo archive. However, the agreement also states that Twitpic will no longer be taking any new photos or data and will only exist in a read-only mode.
Oct 25, 2014

Twitpic Data Will Stay Alive “For Now” Thanks To An Agreement With Twitter, by @jordanrcrook at @TechCrunch ~ tcrn.ch/1FNnk93

Oct 25, 2014

RT @TechCrunch: Twitpic Data Will Stay Alive "For Now" Thanks To An Agreement With Twitter tcrn.ch/ZOSMmc by @jordanrcrook

Oct 25, 2014

Twitpic Data Will Stay Alive “For Now” Thanks To An Agreement With Twitter wp.me/p1FaB8-4vFo

Gillmor Gang: Room to Grow

techcrunch.com — The Gillmor Gang - John Borthwick, Robert Scoble, Dan Farber, John Taschek, Keith Teare, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, October 24, 2014. A heavy news week crescendoed with Facebook's release of its Rooms iOS app, topping Twitter's Fabric platform , Google's InBox, a big Microsoft quarter, and the refactoring of the TV business.

11 TechCrunch Stories You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

techcrunch.com — As we return from Disrupt London, we give you the stories you won't want to miss from the past week (10/18-10/24). 1. Josh Constine wrote a long form piece called "Inside The Spotify - Echo Nest Skunkworks" about the future of Spotify and what it will take for them to win the music streaming race.
Oct 25, 2014

Wow, there was a lot of tech news this week. TC’s round-up: techcrunch.com/2014/10/25/11-…

Yep, Apple Will Shut Down Beats Music App And Roll It Into iTunes

techcrunch.com — Last month I reported that Apple would shut down Beats Music and likely add streaming music to iTunes. Apple denied, specifically, that Beats Music would be shut down. Shortly thereafter, 'unnamed sources familiar with the matter' conveniently surfaced to engage in a battle of semantics about whether Apple might modify Beats Music over time, including its brand.
Oct 24, 2014

RT @TechCrunch: Yep, Apple will shut down Beats Music App and roll it into iTunes tcrn.ch/1D7Rkbs

Oct 24, 2014

RT @TechCrunch: Yep, Apple will shut down Beats Music App and roll it into iTunes tcrn.ch/1D7Rkbs

Oct 24, 2014

RT @JoshConstine: Yep, Apple Will Shut Down Beats Music App And Roll It Into iTunes tcrn.ch/1tsRBVi I'm sure WSJ just forgot to link to us

Oct 24, 2014

RT @JoshConstine: Yep, Apple Will Shut Down Beats Music App And Roll It Into iTunes tcrn.ch/1tsRBVi I'm sure WSJ just forgot to link to us

Oct 24, 2014

Yep, Apple Will Shut Down Beats Music App And Roll It Into iTunes tcrn.ch/1tsRBVi via @techcrunch

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AT&T Breaks The Apple SIM’s Best Feature, Locks It Down If You Pick AT&T

techcrunch.com — The idea behind the Apple SIM that comes in the new iPads is most excellent: one sim, many carriers. Whenever you want to switch carriers, you'd just pop into settings and pick the new one. If you want to bring your own SIM, you can - but otherwise, everything happens through software.
Oct 25, 2014

AT&T pulls a douchebag move, locks down Apple SIM so you can't use it with T-Mobile or Verizon - tcrn.ch/1w4uFgd

Sundar Pichai’s Ascension At Google Could Herald New Platform Unification

techcrunch.com — In a sweeping transfer of power, Google CEO Larry Page will bequeath operational leadership of a host of core products to his lieutenant Sundar Pichai. Pichai, a well-known Google executive, will add control of Google+, search, maps, infrastructure and ads to his portfolio, which already includes Chrome's browser and operating system efforts, Google Apps and Android.
Oct 25, 2014

Sundar Pichai’s Ascension At Google Could Herald New Platform Unification @TechCrunch >>Can one guy cover it all? techcrunch.com/2014/10/24/sun…

Oct 24, 2014

Tech Crunch: alexjameswilhelm -  In a sweeping transfer of power, Google CEO Larry Page will bequeath operational... owl.li/2PDRWM